Any county in the State of Nebraska is authorized to provide funds for the purposes
of section 39-856 and for the purpose of providing interest on such bonds during construction, and
for a period not to exceed two years after completion of any bridge, by the issuance
of revenue bonds of such counties, the principal and interest of which shall be payable
solely from the special funds herein provided for, and as to which, as shall be recited
therein, the county shall not incur any indebtedness of any kind or nature, and the
county shall not pledge its credit, its taxing power, or any part thereof to support
or pay the same. Such revenue bonds shall bear interest payable semiannually, shall mature in not more
than forty years from their date or dates, and may be redeemable at the option of
the county as provided by law. The governing body of the county shall provide the form of such bonds, including coupons
to be attached thereto to evidence interest payments. The bonds shall be signed by the chairman of the board of county commissioners of
the county, and countersigned and registered by the county clerk under the seal of
the county. The coupons shall bear the facsimile signatures of the chairman and county clerk.
Such governing body shall fix the denomination or denominations of such bonds and
the place of the payment of the principal and interest thereon, which may be at the
office of the county treasurer or any bank or trust company in the State of Nebraska
or in New York City, New York.
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